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Feb 2, 2013 2:15pm EST
sure that these issues of human trafficking that are underrepresented is part of foreign policy. that is one of the things we see here at georgetown. as i walked up this flight of stairs, i pointed out that the jesuits were notaking it a little too far for having to work hard for knowledge. for those of you to do not know me already, i am coming from catholicism. that notion is of your taking the rigor and the hard work and incorporating values not just into the life in doing that in the policy arina. just like we do that in an academic arena. it allows traditions to come together. especially values of freedom, ule ofy, access to ro law. these are things that fuel us all in the conversation. it is wonderful. the more reports i do with the corporate sector, whether it is financial or manufacturing, whether it is folks to do business and management side, is that old disconnect that people say the corporate sector only cares about the bottom line. at the bottom line is the thing that need to be cared about and gets measured. what we have seen is that companies care about more than just t
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